Bahay Kubo Postcard
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This picture of a traditional house was taken at Yangil Village in Zambales, known as "Bahay Kubo." The original ancestral home dating back to before Spanish colonization. The word "bahay" translates to house and is very similar to the word "buhay," which translates to life.
Send a note to a loved one or use as a mini print. Each postcard donates 1 fruit tree or vegetable plant, provides sustainable wages for agricultural labor and provides food security for the Aeta Yangil Village in Zambales, Philippines through our partnership with social tourism enterprise, MAD (Make A Difference).
Transformed into digital art by Filipina artist Shannen Carreos. Locally printed at a family owned business in CA, USA. Size: 6x4